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Details Africa State of Mind presents the work of a new generation of photographers from across the African continent. Curated by the…
Details Haworth’s Annual 1940s nostalgic 2 day event, come along and soak up the brilliant atmosphere, enter into the spirit of the…
Details David (2017) by Catherine Opie, photographic print, edition of 5, lent from private collection. Catherine Opie is considered one of…
We’re unlocking the gates to the brewery and inviting you, our beer fans, to discover the wonderful world of hand-crafted beers! Guided…
The University of Bradford’s online MBA has jumped into another top 10 ranking securing its position as one of the best in…
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Bradford Telegraph and Argus | News
- Readers react as Odsal looks set to host stock cars soonon 25th November 2020 at 12:13 am
NORMALLY, the comments section of the Telegraph & Argus (or any newspaper, really) can be a bit of a minefield, but the updates we've been giving you on the potential of stock car racing returning to Odsal for 2021 has brought a rare dose of positivity down there.
- Christmas guidance for older care home residents ‘heartbreaking’on 25th November 2020 at 12:05 am
A charity has called it “heartbreaking” that care home residents over 65 will not be allowed to join loved ones at Christmas, despite an easing of restrictions over the festive period.
- Sunak vows jobs will be ‘number one priority’ in Spending Reviewon 25th November 2020 at 12:03 am
Rishi Sunak is pledging to make jobs his “number one priority” as he sets out his first Spending Review against the backdrop of an economy ravaged by the effects of Covid-19.
- Results of Carers Trust survey on lives of unpaid carerson 25th November 2020 at 12:00 am
ONLY one in eight unpaid carers say they are getting enough support from the social care system, with many exhausted, lonely and worried about their finances, research has suggested.
- Work still underway to remove Grenfell-style cladding on two Bradford buildingson 25th November 2020 at 12:00 am
WORK is still underway to remove Grenfell-style cladding from two Bradford city centre buildings - but funding applications have been approved for the work to be done, a meeting will hear today.
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- Family who fear daughter was killed sue Leeds NHS trust after body decomposesby Jamie Grierson Home affairs correspondent on 23rd November 2020 at 7:00 am
Exclusive: pathologist unable to rule out third-party involvement in Emily Whelan’s death because of condition of corpse The family of a woman who they suspect was killed is suing a health trust that allegedly stored her corpse incorrectly, allowing it to decompose to the point that experts were unable to rule out third-party involvement in her death, the Guardian can reveal. Emily Whelan, 25, was found unresponsive in her bedroom in Leeds on 7 November 2016 and was rushed by ambulance to […]
- Disadvantaged families in England could face generations of inequalityby PA Media on 15th September 2020 at 10:34 am
Government’s social mobility commission warns of ‘deep unfairness’ in worst-hit areas Families face being locked into disadvantage for generations unless the issue of social mobility is urgently tackled, the government’s advisory body on life chances in England has warned. The social mobility commission called on regional leaders to draw up tailored, sustained and local programmes to tackle disparities in the worst-hit areas. Related: Social mobility in decline in Britain, official […]
- University guide 2021: University of Bradfordby Guardian Staff on 4th September 2020 at 10:27 pm
All you need to know about studying at the University of Bradford Fees Currently £9,250 for full-time UK undergraduates. Fees for international students are £19,160 per year for lab-based courses (including engineering, informatics and life sciences) and £16,090 a year for classroom-based courses. Foundation years cost £12,800. Details of other specific courses fees can be found at bradford.ac.uk/money/fees/undergraduate-international-students. Continue reading...
- Covid lockdowns to be eased for over 1m people in north-west Englandby Josh Halliday North of England correspondent on 28th August 2020 at 5:22 pm
Households will be able to mix in parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire and West Yorkshire Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage More than 1 million people in north-west England will be allowed to mix with other households for the first time in a month after a fall in coronavirus cases. Restrictions on seeing friends and family will be lifted from next week in the Greater Manchester boroughs of Bolton, Stockport and Trafford, as well as Burnley and Hyndburn in […]
- Jo Walker obituaryby Linda Baxandall on 24th August 2020 at 6:49 pm
My friend and mentor Jo Walker, who has died aged 91, was a specialist teacher of deaf people and an examiner for the British Association of Teachers of the Deaf (Batod). Born in Bradford, she was the daughter of Aquila Walker and his wife, Vera (whose maiden name was also Walker), both master confectioners. Jo went to Grange secondary school in Bradford and then in 1948 qualified as a teacher at Whitelands Training College in Putney, south London, where she characteristically rebelled against […]
- Partnership work with Northern Powergrid sees over 3,000 trees plantedby bradfordzone on 24th November 2020 at 6:05 pm
A total of 3,200 trees are being planted along the route of work carried out by Northern Powergrid to replace 132km of electricity cables, thanks to partnership work with Bradford Council. Northern Powergrid started work in September 2019 on a £30m project to improve the reliability and resilience of Bradford’s electricity network. This involved replacing The post Partnership work with Northern Powergrid sees over 3,000 trees planted appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Budget for recovery and investment to be discussed by Bradford Council’s Executiveby bradfordzone on 24th November 2020 at 3:20 pm
Budget proposals for 2021-22 will be discussed at Bradford Council’s Executive meeting on 1 December. The proposals have been developed against a backdrop of the global COVID-19 pandemic and considerable national uncertainty, but invest in the Council’s priorities, and seek to support the district’s recovery from the impacts of COVID-19, to build a better future The post Budget for recovery and investment to be discussed by Bradford Council’s Executive appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Monuments & statues review to be discussed by Bradford Council’s Executive Committeeby bradfordzone on 24th November 2020 at 10:31 am
A report on the first phase of a review of statues and monuments across the Bradford District will be discussed at a meeting of the council’s executive on 1 December. An external steering group was established under the direction of independent chair, Charles Dacres who is also Director of the Bradford Hate Crime Alliance. The The post Monuments & statues review to be discussed by Bradford Council’s Executive Committee appeared first on Bradford Zone.
- Man hit by a car in Bradford diesby bradfordzone on 24th November 2020 at 10:22 am
A 52 year old man has died from his injuries which was sustained after being hit by a car in Bradford. The collision took place at 2:30pm yesterday afternoon (19 November) when the car hit a pedestrian on Leeds Road at the junction with Killinghall Road. A grey Hyundai I30 was turning right from Killinghall The post Man hit by a car in Bradford dies appeared first on Bradford Zone.
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- Wiltshire health boss is cautious as county exits lockdownon 24th November 2020 at 6:01 pm
Wiltshire’s public health boss says she is cautious as England comes out of lockdown on Wednesday (December 2).
- Westbury community takes part in Christmas lights switch-on videoon 24th November 2020 at 6:00 pm
MORE than 70 people from Westbury have taken part in a video film leading up to a virtual switch-on for the town's Christmas lights display.
- Wiltshire leisure centres could reopen next weekon 24th November 2020 at 4:31 pm
Wiltshire Council is working to make sure libraries, leisure centres and registration offices are up and running from next week.
- Wiltshire Council leader responds to opposition letteron 24th November 2020 at 4:01 pm
Wiltshire will go into the right tier based on evidence, says council boss.
- Call for volunteers to help save Wiltshire Armed Forces and Veterans Celebration event ends in failureon 24th November 2020 at 2:54 pm
THE Wiltshire Armed Forces and Veterans Celebrations will not take place in Trowbridge next year after a call for volunteers to take on the running of the two-day event ended in failure.